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Student input, new leadership help ‘Judas Iscariot’ impress

Student input, new leadership help ‘Judas Iscariot’ impress
Rebecca Tauber and Samuel Wolf March 13, 2019

COURTESY OF KEITH FOREMAN In The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, witnesses ranging from Sigmund Freud to Pontius Pilate are called to testify on whether Judas Iscariot should go to heaven.  Last...

600 Highwaymen to perform participatory work at ’62 Center

600 Highwaymen to perform participatory work at ’62 Center
Lily Goldberg February 6, 2019

Formed in 2009, 600 Highwaymen is the stage name of theatre artists Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone. Their participatory theatre experience, The Fever, will be performed at the ’62 Center...

‘Noises Off’ impresses with farcical flare

‘Noises Off’ impresses with farcical flare
Shreyas Rajesh February 6, 2019

This past weekend, Cap & Bells put on a production of Noises Off – a famous comedy of errors. Students and community members alike were treated to a three-hour witty, slapstick comedy at the...

“Microdramas” pushes boundaries

PHOTO COURTESY OF ‘62 CENTER/KEITH FORMAN.
Microdramas featured one-act plays performed and directed by students and Professor Baker-White.
Julia Chiang October 24, 2018

A series of five short plays under the collective title Microdramas premiered last Thursday in the ’62 Center’s Directing Studio, in a sold-out venue on both Friday and Saturday evenings. The featured...

Studio ’62 showcase impresses audience with performances

PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAD WAKOFF/’62 CENTER.
Students displayed impressive theater techniques in the Studio ’62 showcase Trains, Boats, Birth, and Death
Nandini Seetharaman October 3, 2018

Last weekend, the College theatre department presented the Studio ’62 showcase Trains, Boats, Birth & Death. Formerly known as the Williams College Theater Lab, Studio ’62 is a seven-week long...

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